I;m back from japan, which Im unsure why I hadnt meantioned first lol..... I was working at a server farm that was being merged into something repulsive. so 13-14 hour days in nippon and it sucked. vaping over there is trendy colored cigarrette looking thinkgs with jewels that light up at the tip.... yep except for kenjiro (who I was too busy to go find) that;s about it. missed you guys though, just no time for anything but work, train, eat, literally sleep right after eat, get dressed, kiss sarah
Got my new eleaf I stick 50 in metallic blue today topped it with my altantis with .5 ohm coil and man I'm in love. Absolutely thick cape and don't care if I ever build another coil cause with this setup there is no need to. I get thick full flavor cape and its perfect. Thanks to the guys at evape.us for fast shipping and they even threw in some free juice.
This interview was in Spanish so I used google to translate here it is:
INTERVIEW WITH DR. CARLOS GUTIERREZ R.
Doctor you. Signed the manifesto MOVE, for what reason?
There are several reasons why I signed the manifesto, but among them you will indicate both:
I resent the tortuous manipulation that are undergoing, the so-called electronic cigarette, for purely financial interests, without providing any serious scientific
Originally Posted by Susan~S
Originally Posted by SmokingAStogie
I was told by some friends and the guy at my local vape shop that an IPV3 would be good for cloud chasing but they never told me how many ohms i should be running and i have no idea how to get my ohms up.
The beauty of using a high variable v/w mod is you don't have to build low sub-ohm coils to get a great vape. In fact, low sub-ohm coils defeat the purpose of using said devise, and work against you.
Check out this thread: My thoughts about sub-ohm and latest VV/VW devices...
Knowing and understanding Ohm's Law is helpful to all vapers and essential to those running mechanical mods or using rebuildable atomizers.
Part 1: Basic Electrical Theory
Electricity has several measurable properties, including electrical potential (Measured in Volts), current flow (Measured in Amps), and electrical resistance (Measured in Ohms).
Think of electricity as water flowing from a nozzle attached to a pump. The pump pressure would be equivalent
Updated 02-26-2015 at 05:10 AM by RamShot Rowdy